Papua New Guinea Birding Trip and Tours for 2012
PNG's extensive tropical rainforest provides the perfect habitat for a wide variety of birdlife, including the world's smallest parrot and 38 of the 43 known species of birds of paradise. The country is famous for these brilliantly coloured birds, and many tribal groups use their plumes to decorate traditional costumes and head dresses, especially in the Highlands. Other bird species include parrots, pigeons, kingfishers, kokomos (hornbills), palm cockatoos and Papua New Guinea’s largest bird, the giant cassowary.
We can offer bird watching trips to popular birding spots in Papua New Guinea at the following locations; Kumul Lodge in the borders of Western Highlands and Enga Provinces; Bulolo and Wau Districts in Morobe Provinces; Variarata close to Port Moresby; Tari Basin in Southern Highlands; Kiunga and Tabubil in Western Provinces; and Walindi in Hoskins.
Select any of the following main packages or alternatively you can contact our sales team for a specially tailored birding program to suit your budget and style.
* You can choose to do any discoverer program on your own if there are no other persons registered for the dates you intend to travel.
* Travel Agents and Wholsalers can apply for special discounts and commissions.